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supporting trump. they may not say it publicly because they are afraid they are going to be attacked. >> reporter: trump himself diarse the media to show the crowds, equating their size and enthusiasm with victory. >> reporter: are these sorts of rallies a reliable indicator of the outcome of an election? >> it's not an indicator as much as the polling is. >> reporter: trump's rallies are unquestionably impressive. what they possess in enthusiasm they lack in diversity. that sliver of constituency when you have to be able to win women's votes, minority votes, a cross-section of the vote. >> reporter: it's easier to hold a big rally at night than in the daytime. people less willing to leave work or for that matter. >> stand out in the heat. >> reporter: to democrats, if crowd size matters, bernie sanders, who drew massive crowds at his rallies, would
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>> reporter: bottom line, say experts, elections in states like florida are won by drawing crowds to the polls, not rallies, appealing to the middle ground which in this election. >> amazing. >> reporter: has been hard to find. eric glasser, 10news wtsp . >> . >> if trump rallies were drawing big crowds in blue states, that would be a more reli rivera live where hillary clinton just wrapped up her rally. mark, the big turnout in hillsborough county two weeks before the election, how important is this? >> reporter: you know what? clinton knows if she can win hillsborough county and tampa bay, she can make it nearly impossible for trump to win florida and that would put him out of the running for the election. they are taking down the stage
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donald trump up two points in the latest poll. still within the margin of error. listen to what hillary clinton has to say to her fans, her supporters here about how important their vote is. >> we can't make any of this happen if we don't have you voting. now, donald trump says he can still win, and he's right. that's why it's so important everyone gets out and votes. let's prove once and for all that thank you! >> reporter: clinton supporters like patricia, who is out here at her very first rally ever today, they don't want to take a chance on trump. she and the other thousands of people who lined up for this afternoon's rally say it comes down to your vote right now. >> we are in a very tight race. we must support her. and it's important that we are here to make sure that we vote.
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trump. i can't imagine for me or my family. >> oh, it's very important. it's important for everybody to get out and vote. that's all i have to say, is vote, vote, vote, and vote blue. >> reporter: now, the road to the white house, it runs right through curtis hixon park, right through tampa bay, and tampa itself. at 6:00 i am going to show you something you don't see from the trump campaign. hillary clinton working to the down tampa bay and people in tampa here today. that's coming up all new at 6:00. in tampa, mark rivera, 10news wtsp. >> several days of rallies in florida, donald trump was in washington, d.c. today. he cut the ribbon at his new luxury hotel. >> under budget and ahead of schedule. that's what we do. >> trump says the government will be able to use that phrase more often if he becomes president.
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stops in north carolina and then he is on to ohio tomorrow. both are considered battleground states. listen up. you hear that? you are days away from hearing that sound over and over again from trick-or-treaters. kids will go from house to house, but behind some of those doors we should point out could be someone they shouldn't be anywhere near. tampa police have a halloween warning that you need to hear tonight. >> most people this halloween season but the real concern for parents are sexual predators. predators come in every shape and size and are in every neighborhood. while the police department monitors them on a regular basis and will be going door to door to make sure they comply with regulations, parents immediate to do their part as well. anyone with a computer or smartphone can go to the fdle website and enter the zip code to find out if a sexual predator lives in your
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registered sex offenders in your neighborhood. check it out. we have a map for you. basically in this map it draws a one-mile circle in the address you are trying to check out. you can widen the search. the radius is five miles. the blue flags are sexual offenders and the blue are sexual predators. no decorations for them, no candy, and their porch light has to be off. no kids. a crosswalk crackdown underway. one of the bay area's busiest beach roads, we are familiar with this. we are talking about the gulf boulevard in madeira beach and treasure island. the community and law enforcement want to come up with some kind of solution as we get closer to the tourist season. 10news anchor courtney robinson is live in treasure island. police are not only warning
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>> reporter: they are handing out signs just like this to both walkers and drivers and businesses, too. you can see it says walk with care, driveway ware, a shared responsibility. you know how this works. you are supposed to come to a crosswalk. you push the button. you wait for the lights to flash. if you are driving and see the lights flashing, you are supposed to stop. that's not happening and this has a lot of melanie says we haven't been hurt or killed yet. jim as flash yellow three times, then go to a steady red. a few jaywalking signs, enforce it. there will always be those two disregard the signs and law. you can't legislate against stupid. this does affect all of us. sometimes you are driving.
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don't use the crosswalks. it sounds simple. why can't we do the right thing? follow the law. saves lives. why can't we do it. that's tonight's big story at 5:30. a viral video out of polk county is at the center of a trial underway right now. curve gates caught on video kicking a fan took the stand today. take a look. it happened at one of his concerts in lakeland last year. gates admits to doing that you can actually see it in the video. but his attorney explains he was defending himself. the victim took the stand in court saying she tugged on his shorts to get his attention twice and the second time he kicked her. closing arguments are underway right now. that jury is made up of six different women. if they decide gates is guilty, he could spend a year in jail. a major computer breach the tampa international airport may
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resigned. we first broke in story. we have the all new details. >> reporter: during our investigation we found a computer expert hired by the aviation authority shared his private log-in information with unauthorized people leading to a major breach. and even though the airport is trying to downplay the seriousness of the computer breach, their investigation found there were several unauthorized log-ins from other countries. the security director just resigned. documents retained by 10 investigates says martell said he could no longer trust him after the security manager raised concerns about the breach. martell was on administrative leave. he was being investigated for purchases he made with public money, but he decided to resign
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completed. meantime, marquel's boss, the head of i.t., resigned earlier this year after that computer breach came to light and the state is continuing a criminal investigation into the incident. mike deeson, 10 investigates. a parking garage is a perfect cover for a pack of motorcycle thieves. why sparks were flying before they got away on a stolen bike. plus, the crime-fighting pair se
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i served under president bush and obama. i fought the taliban. i was asked to form a global coalition to counter isil.
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y know more about the islamic state or isil than do the generals, it implies a complete ignorance of the reality. but i believe secretary clinton really understands the threat that the islamic state poses to the united states and to the american people. and i believe she understands how to wield american power to ultimately defeat this threat and to keep us safe. i'm hillary clinton
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downtown tampa. bobby predicted warm and breezy out there. >> he is pretty good with those -- >> yeah, i'd say so. >> those forecasts. [ laughter ]. >> bobby deskins coming at ya in two minutes. he will let you know about the winds and if you need the hairspray tomorrow. the newest team on a police force in missouri is making a huge impact already. an officer and her k-9 partner are getting recognition from around the country tonight for finding a missing teen special needs. casey nolan shows you how they solved the case on their very first day on the job. right the call came out sunday evening after an autistic teen went miss interesting a family member's o'fallen busy apartment. with a busy road and thundering interstate steps away time was critical. >> shake. >> reporter: o'fallon police called for helps and courtney and her hound partner tank
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training. >> we were gone for five weeks and came back, got home 4:30, 5 p.m. on sunday. >> reporter: they are specially trained to find narcotics, suspects, and missing people, and the pair, they were up to the task. >> he absolutely loves going to work. as soon as i put his harness on him, he knows we are tracking for a person. you can see he is ready to go. >> reporter: in less than five minutes they found the teen and returned him safely to his family. >> so rewarding. he was so happy to fi ecstatic. >> reporter: we asked our photographer to hide hundreds of yards away. >> come here, buddy. >> reporter: tank picked up the scent from a jacket and was immediately off to work. within moments tank was on the trail and he found our photographer's hiding spot with no trouble at all. >> good boy! >> reporter: sending a message loud and clear to drug runners
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people alike, tank and officer speise are on the job. >> what a powerful nose. >> beautiful face, too. >> gorgeous. we is should point out tank is called hanvarian hound. he is one of 60 of them working as police dogs in the u.s. >> the officer says working with the k-9 has been her dream since she was i don't see too much rain out there. we have nice weather continuing across the area. we talk in the summertime about the moisture in the atmosphere. we tall it precipitable water.
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when you get showers like this on the east coast trying to form they have a tough time making it across the coast. they are trying to do that right now, haines city, lake wales, frostproof. but i don't think they will hold together. if you are planning to go to disney or legoland, you will be fine for the evening hours. we had a lot of sunshine today. we got rid of the clouds and we had mostly sunny skies. so warmer temperatures. tomorrow though we are going to bring back some of those that's not all bad news. beautiful sunsets for thursday, friday as well. all the moisture is down south here. that higher moisture content is from miami southward into the keys and cuba especially. rain chances very, very slim. 85 in tampa. 83 is where we should be on average this time of year. 48 for land o'lakes and carrollwood. 80 st. pete. 86 sarasota. that's warm. lakeland checking in with 84 degrees. so is brooksville. we were looking at wind.
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gusting last hour davis island 24 miles per hour. gusts generally in the lower to mid 20s and that will die down as we go through the evening hours. i tell you it's nice to take a walk in the evening when you have the sun going down, it's not as hot and you have a nice breeze out there. that's exactly what we have at florida southern college in lakeland. the rest of the night into the r midnight 83 through 76, 75 degrees or so. after that we will start to get into the upper 60s, but not by much. mid-to-upper 60s first thing tomorrow morning. thursday a lot like today except more high clouds. we start with sunshine. have the sunglasses ready to go. in the afternoon hours especially venice to sarasota to bradenton, bartow will start to see high clouds. you can see it at 5:00, which is great timing for sunset, by
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there they are. they filter into the evening hours and overnight hours. 35,000 feet for clouds. rain clouds lower than that. no rain is expected. we will still get enough sunshine to get us to to 85 degrees. again i think we are going to see something like that tomorrow evening. not as much tonight because we don't have as many high clouds. the winds are going to stay up as well, too, tomorrow. they come down tonight. they are afternoon tomorrow. nothing terrible. 15, 20 miles per hour. higher gusts. and then we do it again on friday. a little bit of wind left over on saturday. generally things calm town through the weekend. saturday has high clouds left over. they will be thinning. sunday mostly sunny and the work week, oh man, what a beautiful weekend, the work week starts with halloween and right now that looks fantastic. 85 for a high. trick-or-treat time 80 degrees. most of next week looks a lot
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you know, if you like working hard for your stuff, and when people steal it gets you angry. tampa police are looking for these three low lives in. channel side parking garage creeping around look fog are -- looking for a motorcycle. look at those sparks flying back here. they are using a grinder to cut the wheel lock off the motorcycle. police say they used an ignition they brought with em drive it away. this is in a parking garage of a sky house. if you recognize these guys, get in touch with tampa police or crime stoppers and you could get a $3,000 reward if your information leads to an arrest. big league of football in the bay area this weekend. i am rain bass with this week's buick home team huddle.
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oakland in town on sunday. should be fireworks at ray jay. a rough loss for usf last friday but a chance to rebound with navy in town this friday night. the bulls trying to contain the star qb for the midshipmen. the world's largest outdoor cocktail party kicks off saturday in jacksonville. gators and bulldogs. winner takes control in the sec east. fumely, big one saturday night, knowles clemson fsu is a me a win would put them back in the college football conversation. i am ryan bass.
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z2562z zy6z y2562y yy6y in my job, i see a lot of fires that could've been stopped before they started. that's why florida's firefighters support amendment 1.
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for the health, safety and welfare of florida's consumers and it's first responders. amendment 1 means more solar, safe solar, for the sunshine state. vote yes on amendment 1, for the sun.
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strength of a girl in denver inspiring adults across the country. a woman in denver has every reason to be proud of her 2- year-old for how she handled her classmates talking about her looks. >> check it out. this is lydia. she has a birthmark on her face. her mom posted her picture and the story you see on her facebook page that says love what matters. she says she dropped leah off at preschool after a recent freemont her birthmark and could tell some of her -- recent treatment for her birthmark and could tell some of her friends made remarks. she handed this to her teachers to read to the class. now, her mom says she isn't even three years old but her resilience, ability to self- care blows me away. i cried the entire way to work
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peers treat her in the years to come, but because i know this girl is gonna do some big things. if she has the insight to do that now, imagine when she is a teenager? >> able to comprehend and work out and see through stuff like that. that's amazing. >> the world is a little bit different through their eyes, isn't it? to leave a comment or share lydia's story we posted this story at our thieves must have forgotten the eighth commandment. thou shall not steal. surveillance video of a duo that stole from a church, of all places, get this, during the sunday service. wait until you hear why one homeowner is battling to get
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flooding. a debate over who should and shouldn't get shots. a mom believes the flu shot could have saved her daughter's life. we lay out both sides of the debate so you can be better informed new at six. an adorable video you have to see. seaworld orlando has a penguin that doesn't look like the others. >> you got to see this because she wears her own specially made wetsuit. here she is point out she lost her feathers. it makes it tough to regulate her body temperature. there she is. [ laughter ] she is a walking koozie with a head. basically, the sweat suit mimics her coat of feathers. she can swim, eat just like the other penguins. stay with us. "10news at 5:30" and your big
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our children, they look up to us. what we value, how we treat others. and now they're looking to see what kind of leaders we choose. who we'll entrust our country and their future to. will it be the one respected around the world, or the one who the one with the deep understanding of the challenges we face, or the one who is unprepared for them? a steady hand? or a loose cannon? common sense and unity, or drama and division? a woman who's spent her life helping children and families, or a man who's spent his life helping himself?
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what kind of country will we be? hillary clinton, because we're stronger together. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. amendment 1 protects consumers from scams, promotes safe solar, and is endorsed by florida's firefighters. so, why are out-of-state billionaires attacking it? because amendment 1 stops their subsidies. you don't have to pay for those who do. amendment 1 blocks special subsidies
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when powerful people need someone to do their dirty work, they hire bob buesing. how far will he go? buesing fought to foreclose assisted-living retirement homes, threatening local seniors with homelessness. against charges of helping a ponzi-schemer swindle millions. buesing's firm was even accused of overbilling local schools , running fees up to seventy thousand dollars. i moved on her like a [bleep]. you can do anything. grab them by the [bleep] we have to make sure that donald wins this election. no we don't. marco rubio stands by trump and failed to show up for florida. here's what i believe in. bringing people together and reaching across
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and building an economy that works for all of us. i'm patrick murphy and i approved this message because i'll be a senator who always works for you. "10news at 5:30" starts right now. >> good evening. i am dion lim. >> i am reginald roundtree. >> i am courtney robinson live on madeira be you have told us is frustrating. people not using crosswalks and drivers not stopping when they see these lights flashing yellow. this is a big problem and police are fed up. so today they launched a new campaign to crack down along gulf boulevard, which is a road busy for both drivers and pedestrians as well. this is a problem where not just one person is at fault, and there is not just one


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